Enjoy resort style living with The Ubud
Homebuyers who want to live a resort-style lifestyle everyday will be impressed with the Ubud, the latest display home now open by Summit Homes at Burns Beach.
Inspired by the tropical indulgences and resort-style lifestyle that Bali affords thousands of Western Australians every year, the home boasts 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, home theatre, activity and integrated living areas plus a combination of 34c and 31c ceilings throughout.
Sales Manager Peter Chellew said the home has received rave reviews in the short time it has been open, not only because of its tropical flair but also its extremely affordable price point.
“Bali has become a second home for many people in Perth and so we wanted to pay homage to that with a design that not only enjoys a number of tropical temptations but also an extraordinarily competitive price,” Mr Chellew said.
The indulgent lifestyle is apparent immediately on entry with the master suite opening onto a glass-framed ensuite with a feature freestanding bath overlooking a plunge pool.
“We are often so busy in caught up in the everyday, and because holidays can be few and far between for some, we thought we would design a home that maximises the ultimate in holiday relaxation while without the requirement to leave the sanctuary of your home,” Mr Chellew said.
“Busy parents will love this space – which is equivalent to the size of a luxury resort room in Bali – not only for its design and finishings (including large WIR, double vanities and double sized shower) but also because it is positioned well away from the children’s wing at the rear.
“Privacy is unmatched in this design and when parents choose to take time out, the children are well catered for with three bedrooms and a second bathroom all wrapping around an open activity zone at the rear of the home,” he said.
When family time calls, the unique design of the kitchen and main living/dining zones really shines.
“The C-shaped kitchen, with galley-style island breakfast bar has heaps of storage space and a double pantry which flanks a microwave recess,” Mr Chellew said.
“It’s a great spot for informal gatherings or for children to do their homework under the supervision of parents.
“The kitchen is quite literally at the heart of this home and in an innovative design feature we have positioned the main living zones off to the side and also used extensive glass which allows views of the plunge pool to also be enjoyed.
“It’s a really clever way to appreciate the beauty of an outdoor lifestyle while staying indoors,” he
The home also boasts a home theatre meaning there is no shortage of entertaining options or different zones for all members of the family to enjoy.
As displayed the Ubud offers 233.39m2 of living area (including alfresco) and 274.61m2 of total area and is designed to fit 15m wide lots.